What to Watch on Sunday: Rob Lowe stars in ‘Killing Kennedy’ on Nat Geo

11/10/2013 6:00 AM

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Killing Kennedy (8pm, National Geographic Channel) - A historical drama depicting events in the lives of President John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald that culminated in the president’s assassination on November 22, 1963. Kennedy is portrayed by Rob Lowe, Jacqueline Kennedy by Ginnifer Goodwin and Will Rothhaar plays Oswald. Based on the book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard.

Once Upon a Time (8pm, ABC) - Ariel heads to Storybrooke, where she seeks out Belle to help her find a mysterious artifact. Meanwhile, Emma, Neal and Hook set out to capture Peter Pan’s shadow.

Homeland (9pm, Showtime) - With his old adversary in custody, Saul makes the gamble of his career. Meanwhile, Carrie and Quinn scramble to contain a local police investigation, and Mira comes to a crossroad in her marriage.

The Walking Dead (9pm, AMC) - Multiple enemies put pressure on Rick and the group.

The Good Wife (9:30pm, CBS) - Alicia and Cary suspect that Lockhard-Gardner is spying on them when Zach discovers that the webcam on Alicia’s computer is being accessed remotely.

Masters of Sex (10pm, Showtime) - Masters and Johnson become participants in their sexual response study, but Johnson fears their work is interfering with Masters’ home life.

Hello Ladies (10:30pm, HBO) - Stuart goes to a wedding with Jessica and Glenn, but tries to rearrange the seating chart when he discovers his table will be lacking in single women.

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